The Uncertainty Division

Improvised theatre

Philip Stott

Philip Stott ("game as a kipper” - The Guardian) is a founder member of the Uncertainty Division, having performed in No Second Thoughts and the previews of Out Of Your Mind, and returned as a full cast member for An Extremely Memorable Emergency. His theatre credits include international tours of Hamlet, The Winter’s Tale and A Tale of Two Cities. He has had major parts in Language Roulette by Daragh Carville, Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet, Romeo and Juliet, and an outdoor production of Cymbeline. He also directed an outdoor production of Richard III. In consecutive years Phil acted, directed and wrote for the Smorgasbord New Writing Festival. Non-theatre work includes acting in Harry Hill’s TV Burp and one of James Lark’s short films.

Whilst at university Philip was a presenter on Cambridge University Radio. He wrote material for the 2001 and 2002 national Footlights tours and played Long John Silver in the 2000 Footlights Pantomine Treasure Island. Philip was on University Challenge a few years ago but went out in the second round.

Philip has also co-hosted The Mystery Club, a London comedy club.